• Home Based Care Worker Agency Robin Trust
  • Care Worker General Robin Trust

Care and Support in the comfort of your own home


If illness, injury, age or disability affect you or a loved one, and a hospital stay isn’t the best solution, our Community Care @ Home offers individualised care in the comfort of your home. We work from our offices in Pinelands (covering the greater Cape Town area).
The CC@H matches you to a Care Worker you can trust. We have trained most of these Carers ourselves at our Training Centre. Robin Trust’s experienced trainers and tutors offer in-depth theory and months of practical experience under our careful supervision, while getting to know each Care Worker personally.

Individualised care in a home setting

Looking for an affordable alternative to in-hospital care? Community Care @ Home can provide this when it’s needed most.
Registered with the Board of Healthcare Funders and many of SA’s medical schemes, Care @ Home offers flexible, nurse-led, individualised care to patients with a range of healthcare needs.

We offer our clients...

Individualised care, support with daily activities, companionship, compassion, the 24-hour support of a team of nurses and a highly professional service. Our trained Carers are individually matched to the patient’s needs and are provided with care plans that are specific to each patient.

Our Commitment to Quality

We monitor the quality of our service through on-going patient and family feedback, quarterly Care Worker performance reviews and feedback discussions, monthly home visits and ongoing skills training for our Care Workers. We talk to our Care Workers, our patients, their families and healthcare providers regularly throughout the week.

We offer our Care Workers...

…The opportunity to use their skills, knowledge and compassion to deliver excellent patient care. We offer Robin Trust Care Workers 24-hour access to the registered nurses on our team, more secure and regular employment as well as opportunities to gain new skills through our ongoing training programmes.

Professional Support

Our Care @ Home Programme is staffed by both Registered and Enrolled Nurses, who complete assessments, develop care plans, provide support to patients and Care Workers, and refer patients onto a network of support services – including referrals to our own or other facilities as needed.

We bring more than 20 years' experience to Care@Home


Robin Trust was born out of a passion to offer the most compassionate and competent care at home. We’ve been training and sending out Care Workers for more than 20 years.

Contact us


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What you can Expect


Right from your first call to the Robin Trust Community Care at home team, you will receive service that is personal and caring. Our caregivers are trained and reliable. They are also supported by a dedicated team of Nursing sisters and administration staff who will coordinate the care at private homes.

Frequently Asked Questions


How long does it take to assign a Care Worker to a patient?

Care can be started within 24 hours of receiving an enquiry. An assessment is done at a fee and a deposit is needed before care commences.

Do all carers come with a reference?

All Robin Trust Caregivers are employees of the Robin Trust Care at Home agency and we stand as their reference. Where there are exceptions, interviews and reference checks are carried out in line with the normal employment process.

Do all Robin Trust Care Workers come with references?
All Robin Trust Care Workers are employees of Robin Trust, so we stand as their references. Robin Trust interviews and checks the references of every Care Worker that we employ. Robin Trust will manage any issues with the Care Worker in line with normal employment processes.
Are Careworkers able to cook and clean?
Only basic housekeeping and meal preparation. The caregiver’s main role is patient care.
Do Careworkers have to live in?
No, unless the client is requesting live-in care.
Do I provide meals for the Care Worker?
No, our Care Workers provide their own meals. Clients are encouraged to provide tea and coffee and access to facilities for meals to be heated up on each shift.
Do Medical aids cover the cost of Care workers?
Subject to Medical scheme rules and tariffs, we suggest you contact your own scheme in this regard.
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